Educational

Is your building back-to-school ready?

In this panel, experts discuss specific strategies relating to building systems that can promote health and wellness in learning environments.

By Julie Pierce, Doug Everhart, Julie LeClair, Jon Jensen, Simon Ubhi October 18, 2021
Courtesy: Henderson Engineers

“Schools are closed for the rest of the year.” These words changed what schooling and education looked like for many, practically overnight, in the spring of 2020. But what should change when doors reopen and students, teachers, and administrators head back to school? Many districts are looking at their buildings and learning spaces now in preparation for post-pandemic learning. In this panel, experts discuss specific strategies relating to building systems that can promote health and wellness in learning environments. They also dig into the critical role of technology in both controlling a healthy environment and facilitating the potential need for distance learning.

This originally appeared on Henderson Engineers’ websiteHenderson Engineers is a CFE Media content partner.


Julie Pierce, Doug Everhart, Julie LeClair, Jon Jensen, Simon Ubhi
Author Bio: Julie Pierce is a senior vice president with more than two decades of experience. Doug Everhart is vice president and K-12 practice director. Julie LeClair is director of network design. Jon Jensen is a National Environmental Balancing Bureau Certified Commissioning Agent. Simon Ubhi is a Project Manager and K-12 Practice Leader.